I truly did not join the forum to research family, so sorry for this. I've been looking for the grave of James Polk Knox Huson, you see- we can't find whether or not the family took him back to New York for burial after Gettysburg or if he's still there. It's probably the former so I was on Find-a-Grave once again browsing. ( dangerous since I ususally come away having promised to take spend a day inspecting worn tombstones in a 25 mile radius here-abouts. Oh well, it's a great service, if I use it it, only fair to return the favours. ) At any rate, I came across the stone of someone I know to be a cousin, John Huson of the 1st NC Infantry, CSA- 1863 is the date of his death also. I only know him to be a cousin because I once tracked down why there were so many of that name on the Confederate muster rolls. Theya ll started out with the same ancestor up in New York, one left for NC, another I believe for Texas. My question is, with the death date being 1863, was this unit of the CSA at Gettysburg? I realize there were many, many ways on different dates for a soldier on either side to get themselves killed in 1863, Gettysburg just would have been wierd to think about with his cousin also being killed there. I briefly Googled and predictably got lost. He was Co. F, apparently. If anyone knows, without going to a ton of trouble, thanks much in advance.